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Noisecult is bringing the noise for 2016 with their crushing new release Burial Hymns. A 13 song set of groove laden power trips to the brain. Burial Hymns serves as a testament to where the band is going as well as a salute to their ten year recording history.

With songs like "Slipping Away (Into The Black)", "Black Tide Rise", "Violent End", and the chaotically heavy "Extermination Blues" the band continues their aural assault in true Noisecult fashion while adding a few new dimensions to their sound. Check out the powerful "Rollin’ with My Fu Manchu". It is a fiery riff heavy punk induced track echoing the pure rock n roll essence of the one and only Lemmy of Motorhead.

In celebration of Noisecult’s ten years of recording the guys have picked 6 classic Noisecult songs to re-imagine and bring a new fire and energy too. Carr states "when looking at a few old songs to re-record, we picked ones that have taken on a whole new life live as well as gone through a metamorphosis as far as arrangements and attitude". Vocalist Mike Liffick adds, "This lineup of Bassist Sean Kay, Guitarist Don Carr, drummer Will Logan and myself have transformed these old favorites over time to capture the full capability of the songs themselves. Pushing and pulling them to fit our mindset as we move forward, It only felt right to get that on tape".

Burial Hymns is available to purchase along with all our Noisecult releases, through the website here as well as Amazon.com and CDBABY.com. Search Noisecult on iTunes and Amazon.com mp3s and you will be able to grab the songs as individual downloads. Burial Hymns and the entire Noisecult catalog is available to stream at all digital music outlets. Tune in, download and turn it up.

And while we are talking about new music, each Sunday night from 9pm to midnight 102.9 the Buzz here in Nashville plays the best in area rock and metal. Give them a call at 615-737-1029 or hit him up on their facebook page to request some songs by Noisecult as well as other area bands. You can also listen to the show live online at www.1029thebuzz.com.

Noisecult look forward to getting back out there and bringing Burial Hymns to life, loud and on stage. Carr says "Nothing is better than creating a piece of music and being able to play it live for people who share your passion for raw high energy rock". Noisecult has been fortunate to get to play shows with some classic artists these past few years such as Paul Di’Anno from Iron Maiden, FEAR, Corrosion of Conformity, Overkill, Trouble, Skeletonwitch, Anthrax frontman Joey Belladonna, Weedeater, D.R.I, Death Angel, Icarus Witch, Agent Orange, Zoraster, Warbringer and Doro Pesch. 2016 & 2017 will be no exception. Big thanks to all who come out to the shows! Hit the shows section for the latest updates.

Lots of new merch is coming so check back at the Noisecult website store section. A couple new t-shirt designs as well as the entire Noisecult cd catalog. Updated images are up in the photo page, thanks to several of our buds with cameras (Mable, Austin, Ron, Joey, and more n more)… Go to contact and write us here and tell us what ya think good bad or ugly… stop on by the media area where you can link to youtube and watch some live clips and videos as well as hear some samples from the Noisecult CDs. Give a quick look at our new video for "Swarm of the Electric Death" a classic track from Burial Hymns as well as "Spiders (Wanna Eat My Brain)", from the 2009 cd My War My Enemy.

Help us get some notice on the iTunes rating and sales. Search Noisecult on iTunes and rate any one or all of our CDs as well as grab a couple songs for your Ipod. Quick and easy. You can click on the menu bar on iTunes and head right there as well. Write a review and leave some feedback and let us know what you think.

Contact us on Facebook, Myspace , Noisecult@yahoo.com or on twitter. Just click on the icon corner right of our page to lead the way…

As always we give you all a huge metal horns up and thanks for the support!

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